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Centre, State committed to address issues of border dwellers: Mehbooba

Centre, State committed to address issues of border dwellers: Mehbooba

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said today that both Centre and State Governments were committed to address problems of border dwellers and have initiated series of steps in this direction even as she hoped that peace would prevail soon along the International Border (IB) and will live peaceful life there. Mehbooba asserted this while inter-acting with

Indian Army makes world record as 58 men ride on a bike

Around 58 men of the Indian Army set a world record on Sunday by riding a single motorcycle at the IAF base in the city’s northern outskirts, official sources said. “The 58-member motorcycle team of the Army Service Corps (ASC) christened ‘Tornadoes’ set another world record by riding a 500cc Royal Enfield motorbike for 1,200

Life returns to normalcy after day-long strike in Kashmir

Life returned to normalcy on Monday in Kashmir after a day-long strike called by separatists against frequent Cordon and Search Operations (CASOs) and killing of militants in the valley. Meanwhile, curfew-like restrictions imposed for the past two days as a precautionary measure were lifted from downtown and Shehar-e-Khas (SeK) besides parts of the civil lines

Kunzar shuts to protest poor power, water supply

Pertinently, people of the area have been complaining that the water from Nallah Ferozpora was supplied to peripheries of Sangrama, Pattan and Beerwah areas but the locals of Tangmarg region remained high and dry for want of water.Residents and businessmen of Kunzar township in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Monday observed a token-strike to protest

17 people killed in road mishap in Pakistan

The incident took place near Theri bypass in Khairpur area of Sindh province and police said that early morning thick fog and careless driving were the main reason for it.In a tragic mishap, a coal-laden truck fell over a passenger van today, in Pakistan’s Sindh province killing at least 17 people. The incident took place

190 militants killed in Kashmir this year: Army

The army, police and the central reserve police force on Sunday said that militant leadership in Pakistan has been of late sending close relatives to Kashmir as a “motivational force to rope in more local youth into militancy.” Addressing a joint press conference here, general officer commanding of army’s Srinagar-based 15 Corps, lieutenant general JS

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